Company: Central Europe Trust Poland
Peter Chudy is a Partner at Central Europe Trust Poland who he joined in 1991. Over the years, he has been involved in more than 100 merger&acquisition projects in Poland and other central-east European markets.
Partial list of Polish transaction assignments include:
- PKC Group – acquisition of Groclin S.A.’s wiring and controls business unit
- Rentokil Initial – acquisition of a Polish industrial garment rental company and door mat provider
- Arla Foods – sale of cheese plant in Poland to Polmlek
- Interparking – acquisition of PCP Poland, provider of car parking services
- AkzoNobel-ICI – acquisition of the Pilawa Chemical Paints factory
- Ministry of State Treasury for the Republic of Poland – privatization through sale of state-owned shares in two government operated textile firms
- Ministry of State Treasury for the Republic of Poland – privatization through sale of state-owned shares in Orbis, government operated hotel chain, to Groupe Accor
- Kingfisher – acquisition of NOMI, a leading home improvement retail chain
- Bierun Dairy Plant – sale of dairy producer to Danone
- Pratt Whitney-United Technologies – sale of Rzeszow foundry
- Heinz – acquisition of Pudliszki, a state-owned food processor
Before joining CET, Peter Chudy was a market analyst with the Los Angeles branch of JP Morgan Chase & Co. Major focus of the Los Angeles branch was on private middle market companies with annual sales ranging from $50 million to $500 million.
Mr. Chudy received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management. He also has a Master of Arts in International Relations from the University of Denver, and a Bachelor of Arts in economics and political science from Kenyon College.